Realme C11 Goes Official; Another Ultra-Budget Gaming Smartphone with Helio G35 & a 5000mAh battery

Faisal Rasool

Right on schedule, the Realme C11 has been released in Malaysia at an attractive Oppo price, following a brief promotional campaign. WhatMobile has already extensively covered the leaks revolving around this latest budget Realme phone. We’ll recount the features again for our readers out of the loop.


Featuring a revised design language and an entry-level build, the Realme C11 has a certain heft to it: weighing in at 196g and measuring 9.1mm. Its display has a modern 20:9 aspect ratio with a drop notch that stretches into it. The screen extends 6.5” corner-to-corner, delivering an HD+ resolution and an 88.7% screen-to-body ratio.


Flip C11 over to find a polished, reflective Realme shell available in Pepper Grey and Mint Green. A dual-camera enclosed inside a squircle bump resides in a corner, which itself lies on an accented band.


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You get a 13MP primary camera, combined with a 2MP portrait sensor and an LED flash. The front camera has a 5MP sensor behind it. In low-light, toggle the ‘Super Nightscape Mode’ for improved night shots.


There’s no native support for fingerprint security o the Realme C11, but you can secure your device with ‘Face Unlock.’


Expect entry-level Realme performance out of C11’s Helio G35 processor that has a 2.3GHz CPU baked into it. Realme rounds this chipset off with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage (expandable with a dedicated microSD card). While these internals aren’t exactly gaming-oriented, the C11 is being marketed as an entry-level gaming device because the G35 offers better performance than other mobile platforms in its price bracket.

The phone is backed up by a 5,000 mAh battery that promises up to 40 days of standby and as much as 12 hours of gaming. It also allows for reverse charging. Realme ships C11 with the realme UI (based on Android 10). It starts from RM 429 (~17,000 PKR without taxes).